The Axl Rose episode, "Dark Diner of Route 66!" is now available on the Boomerang streaming service and app in the United States! This makes me think that we will likely get a new episode every week. In addition to this, an interview with Chris Bailey revealed that our final missing guest star will be Terry Bradshaw. By process of elimination, this means Terry's episode will be "Falling Star Man!" and KISS's will be "The Legend of the Gold Microphone!" (as having Terry be in the musical episode wouldn't make sense when we know there's going to be a football episode.
According to Rolling Stone, at the very least, we will be getting the Axl Rose episode of Guess Who on Thursday on the Boomerang Streaming Service. Here's the description: When Fred, Velma, Daphne, Shaggy, and Scooby take a road trip down historic Route 66, they encounter a mysterious group of mud men who steal the Mystery Machine. While stranded in the desert, they check out an abandoned diner “to see if they have Wi-Fi inside” — Daphne’s priorities — where they discover Axl, who turns out to already be buddies with Shaggy and Scooby. As the gang dives deeper into the case, each member begins to disappear, and it’s eventually up to Shaggy, Scooby, and Axl to find their friends and solve the mystery.
A clip of the episode can also be watched on the Rolling Stone site linked above. Given the announcement for Kacey Musgraves last time we got the first 13 episodes around Happy Halloween, I think it is very likely we will be getting the remainder of the Guess Who episodes on the Boomerang streaming service on Thursday!
Thanks Peralaan for sharing this article!
Boomerang Africa has posted a brand new video featuring two clips from "The Tao of Scoob!" and "Cher, Scooby and the Sargasso Sea!" in English. Note that the first two minutes or so of the video is of a clip we've already gotten, Morgan Freeman.
Thanks Peralaan and Deandre for sharing this link with me!
Update: The last title has been revealed! It will be called "The TV and Movieland Monsters!" and will guest star Carol Burnett.
The DStv guide has given us some brand new episode titles, as well as one new guest star and description! "Legend of the Gold Microphone!" will be episode 47, airing on February 22. "Falling Star Man!" will be episode 48, airing February 24. No guest star or description is listed for either of those two one, but I would assume "Falling Star Man!" is the KISS episode. Another episode, "Dark Diner of Route 66!" will air February 25 feature Axl Rose from the band Guns & Roses. "A Haunt of a Thousand Voices" featuring the voice actors will air February 26, "Scooby-Doo, Dog Wonder" will air March 1, and "The TV and Movieland Monsters!" will air March 2. Here's the descriptions:
Dark Diner of Route 66! Scooby and Shaggy meet up with their biker buddy, AXL ROSE, on a tour of famous roadside diners along iconic Route 66.
A Haunt of a Thousand Voices! - Daphne takes the rest of the gang to meet her friend, famous voice over actor Frank Welker.
Scooby-Doo, Dog Wonder! - The gang, with help from Blue Falcon and his dog wonder, Dynomutt, are on the case of a Medusa Monster that's stealing priceless vases from millionaire art collector.
The TV and Movieland Monsters! - The gang helps Carol Burnett beta test her brand new virtual reality Movieland world.
The episodes will be airing in Boomerang Africa. These are on the DStv TV guide, however, it is somewhat hard to navigate as you can't link to it. If you'd like to view the episodes on the guide, go to February 22, 24, 25, 26, March 1 and 2 at 19:30.
According to a trailer just posted by DStv, new episodes of Guess Who will be airing this month in Africa! Some old episodes, such as the Gigi Hadid and Macklemore ones are listed, but the trailer does show several scenes from episodes we haven't gotten yet, like "The Tao of Scoob!", "The Lost Mines of Kilimanjaro!", "Scooby-Doo and the Sky Town Cool School!" and "Cher, Scooby and the Sargasso Sea!" We also get that bug monster again that was in the Turkey trailer despite never airing.
What is DStv, you may be asking? According to the Wikipedia article on it, "DStv (Digital Satellite Television) is a Sub-Saharan African direct broadcast satellite service owned by MultiChoice. The service launched in 1995 provides multiple channels and services to their subscribers. The majority of subscribers are in South Africa and Nigeria, with Kenya, Ghana, Angola, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Uganda, Mauritius, Mozambique, Malawi, Tanzania, Lesotho, Ethiopia, the Republic of the Congo, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Gabon, Swaziland and Botswana additionally served by the company." Since the promo is in English, and some parts of Africa are English speaking, there is a possibility we could be getting these episodes in English this month!
Here's hoping for the best and stay tuned for more info. Thanks to Deandre for sharing the trailer with me!
Here's the back cover to Scooby-Doo and Guess Who?: The Complete Season 1. Notice that Space Station Scooby is listed as episode 14, whereas it aired as episode 26. In addition, "The Fastest Food Fiend!" has an extra "fast" in it.
The news of two new Guess Who title cards for the last 11 episodes broke yesterday, but thanks to Weber on the ScoobyAddicts forum, we also have a trailer from Turkey (though it's in Turkish)! It all goes by pretty fast, so I wanted to take a moment and specifically point out all the new villains we see in the trailer. I'm thinking, based on the picture Tracy Mark Lee posted on Instagram, that the bug monster (which also happens to appear in the opening song for "The High School Wolfman's Musical Lament!") will be the monster in the football episode.
I can't really tell who the first three of these people are, but the fourth is Sean Astin.
And I think this is Cher! Looks like they're on a boat, so I'm betting it'll be something similar to "The Secret of Shark Island".
It's the first Scooby news of 2021! Two new Scooby-Doo and Guess Who? title cards from the remaining 11 episodes have been revealed, due to airing on Boomerang Turkey. The Sean Astin episode will be titled "Returning of the Key Ring!", and the episode featuring Lucy Liu is titled "The Tao of Scoob!" No additional information is known about any of the episodes or their US air dates at this time.
Thanks to ShadowScooby for sharing these title card images that he found on Scoobypedia!
In the Scooby-Doo and Guess Who? episode "Total Jeopardy!" (released this past Friday to honor Alex Trebek) Velma and Shaggy compete against a robot. The episode mentions that it was the first time ever a robot had competed on Jeopardy. In real life, there was a three-part episode of Jeopardy called "The IBM Challenge," in which a robot named Watson competed against two humans for the first time ever. It is very likely that the plot of the Guess Who episode was inspired by this episode of Jeopardy. The three-part episode aired over the span of February 14-16, 2011.
To honor Alex Trebek, who sadly passed away this past Sunday, his episode is now available for free (even without an account) to watch on the Boomerang streaming service. Interestingly, the description of the episode lists the villain as "Andy the Brain Bot," yet the robot's name is Max in the episode. Also, the URL for the episode states that it was intended as episode 46, so it will be referred to such in all the guides on the site. You can watch the episode here!
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